Which statement is true, if a vehicle comes from A?
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The driver coming from A has an obligation to stop, according to this road sign:
It is clear that the Stop signs apply to A because there is also a Stop line in front of A:
Stop line (M13)
“The marking indicates where a vehicle should be stopped, according to a road sign or traffic signal.”
The road sign that states that you have an obligation to give way only applies for vehicles on the coming roundabout. Vehicles approaching from A are not driving on the roundabout.
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